Category Archives: museums

Forever in Blue Jeans

We all love our jeans. Most of us live in them most of the time. Kinda hard to imagine that they haven’t existed as human clothing since the dawn of time. But the truth is that they were invented pretty … Continue reading

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Designers & Books need you!

Please join us tomorrow for this great event here at FIT’s Katie Murphy auditorium for a nifty program about digital archives, books and preservation, and the designers who make them pretty: http://news.fitnyc.edu/event/designers-books-festival-onstage-and-offstage/ There will be a pop-up bookstore with lots … Continue reading

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Woman Written Back Into History

One great event from the opening of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture is that designers of color now have public acknowledgement of their famous work. One such woman is Ann Lowe, who created Jackie … Continue reading

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